Visitors walk past flowers blooming in a garden at Disney's Epcot Center. The Center's geodesic dome looms in the background. Near Orlando, Florida, USA.
The Unexpectedly Fancy Foods You Can Get At Epcot This Winter
By Brianna Corley
Walt Disney World may offer its parkgoers iconic casual snacks like delicious Mickey-shaped pretzels, but this winter, Disney Food Blog reports Epcot will turn into an epicenter of fancy dining. Epcot’s annual International Festival of the Arts (January 13 to February 20) will include two booths that may very well offer Disney World's most highbrow eats.
At the "Deconstruction Dish" booth, you can order a deconstructed BLT featuring pork belly, a soft-poached egg, onion bread pudding, watercress espuma, and tomato jam. Also, there’s the Deconstructed French Onion Soup with beef broth ravioli, gruyere cream, onion bread pudding, and onion textures, and for dessert, there’s a deconstructed Key lime pie, with "Key lime" mousse, graham cracker cake, and meringues.
"Gourmet Landscapes" serves Blood Orange-Braised Beet Tartare with mustard vinaigrette, pickled clamshell, mushrooms, and golden beets. There’s also the Roasted Bone Marrow with onion marmalade, pickled mushrooms, petite lettuce, and the Wild Mushroom Risotto served with a side of aged Parmesan, truffle shavings, and zinfandel reduction.